23 hours of coursework is required to complete the International Agriculture certificate program.
Specific requirements include:
Foreign Language (8 hours)
Complete or exempt language courses and/or participate in a language intensive study abroad. Language studies from a previous degree are accepted.
Choose from a wide selection of courses with a global focus.
ALDR/AFST/LACS 6710: International Agriculture Development (3 hours)
Study issues affecting international cooperation, agricultural development and sustainability, technology transfer and extension education.
Must be completed before the International Agriculture Internship
AESC 6910: International Agriculture Internship (3 hours)
Participate in a UGA-organized international internship or a semester exchange.
In order to qualify for credit, your internships or research must be completed in a country where English is not the primary language and incorporate a minimum stay of eight weeks.